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Pudsey Cake Pops Recipe

 

What better way to celebrate Children in Need tonight than with some tasty Pudsey cake pops. These treats would be lovely to eat as a family or you could make them to sell to raise money. I won’t lie and say they are easy to make but it is definitely worth the effort. The girls can’t wait to get their hands on them.

Pudsey ears

Ingredients

(makes about 8-10cake pops)
  • 1/2 tub of ready mixed chocolate butter cream icing
  • 1 madeira cake
  • 500g bar of milk chocolate/ pack of yellow candy melts
  • 1 pack of white chocolate buttons/ or use the candy melts cut in half
  • candy eyeballs
  • rainbow sweets
  • lollypop sticks
  • small chocolate beans
  • black icingPudsey cake pops

What To Do

Cut off the sides of the cake and crumble into a bowl.

Mix the icing with the cake crumbs and roll into a ball. It should be quite firm. Wrap in cling film and put into the fridge for at least half an hour.

Put the sticks half way into the cake balls. I put them back in the fridge for another half an hour as they seem to stay on the stick better .

Melt the chocolate. I prefer to do this over a bowl of boiling water.

Dip the cake pops in the melted chocolate  or candy melts.

To decorate add two buttons for ears, a brown chocolate bean on for the nose and the candy eyes. Ice a mouth using black icing. To make the bandage stick some chocolate beans onto a rainbow sweet using some of the melted chocolate and leave to dry.

Put in the fridge to set.

To display I use florists foam and stick them at different heights.

Pudsey cake pops

For another teddy bear cake pop idea look here.

teddy bear cake pops

Look here for rainbow fish cake pops

Rainbow Fish cake pops

 

Author: Rebecca

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